Improve Site Performance
Are you looking for a good way to speed your website up and save money at the same time? If so, you may consider using Amazon S3 with a CDN (Content Delivery Network). Both of these services use distributed servers to reduce latency and load time. The Amazon S3 service works as hosting for your websites data, while the CDN caches that data on servers throughout the world to allow for fast access to the sites files, regardless of location.
Faster File Storage
Amazon S3 is the file storage solution that Amazon uses for its own site, which receives an enormous amount of traffic each day. A greater number of servers allows for more visitors to access a site at the same time. This is great, especially for those who are located somewhere near the region of the Amazon servers. But for those people accessing the site from abroad, there may be a bit more latency and a bit less responsiveness from the site.
Worldwide Content Distribution
The way to ensure that data is delivered fast to anyone and everyone is to use a content deliver network to cache files on servers worldwide. Instead of every single request going through the Amazon servers in one location, files can be accessed from a variety of servers, by a variety of visitors, from multiple locations instantaneously.